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In a letter to Ayatollah Khamenei, the Commander of IRGC Quds Force, Major General Qasem Soleimani announced the end of ISIS’s domination over Muslim lands.
During the past one month, the World’s eyes were tremendously directed to Iraqi Kurdistan and the outcome of the independence referendum, expecting either a successful secession or a new military conflict.
On November 3, the Iraqi Army and the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) started a military operation to retake the ISIS-held border town of al-Qaim located on the highway between the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, and the recently liberated Syrian city of Deir Ezzor.
The Iraqi Armed Forces resumed their offensive to liberate the Syrian border, today, liberating new areas inside the Al-Anbar Governorate.
Wahid Bakozi, one of the top commanders of Peshmerga units loyal to President Of Iraqi Kurdistan Masoud Barzani was killed in clashes with Iraqi government forces in Zumar area.
Major General Fadhil Jamil al-Barwari, a commanding officer of the Iraqi Special Operations Forces also known as the Golden Division entered the Assad airbase.
In recent days, KDP affiliated media have claimed in widespread and false propaganda that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and general Soleimani have a major role in making the Iraqi government and Hashd al-Shabi(PMU) attack Kirkuk. While the intensive meetings and ongoing consultations of general Soleimani and other Iranian representatives with the authorities of all parties […]
By David Macilwain
David lives in Australia, but grew up and graduated in the UK.
Two days after the start of operations to regain the disputed areas between the federal government of Iraq and the Kurdistan regional government, the Iraqi forces managed to control over 10,000 square kilometers of disputed areas.
While all eyes are on Kirkuk city and the Iraqi Kurdistan Region, commanders of Iraqi forces deployed in Anbar province have held a meeting with a number of Popular Mobliziation Units (PMU) leaders.